How can we harness the public sector’s entrepreneurial potential to tackle inequality in UCL’s home borough?
The impact of lockdown has disproportionately fallen on Black and minoritised ethnic young people.
An IGP study of East Londoners found that those belonging to BAME groups reported lower scores on traditional measures of prosperity.
Covid-19 and the associated lockdown measures have impacted the groups and the communities promoting more just planning in London.
Working with The Bartlett, the award-winning SPID Theatre Company engages with the post-war history of west London’s architecture.
Digital technologies have a part to play in democratic processes, but without thoughtful implementation, can serve to exacerbate existing inequalities.
By actively involving young East Londoners in co-creation projects, we can encourage them to engage with their local environment.
A podcast series co-ordinated by the UCL Urban Lab examines the urban from a Black perspective.